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Joshua L. Baily, 1624 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Hannah J. Bailey, Winthrop Centre, Me. Rev. Wm. E. Barton, D.D., Oak Park, 111. Hon. William I. Buchanan, Buffalo, N. Y. Rev. Everett D. Burr, D.D., Newton Centre, Mass. Hezekiah Butterworth, 28 Worcester St., Boston, Mass. Prof. Geo. N. Boardman, Pittsford, Vt. Hon. Samuel B. Capen, 38 Greenough Ave., Boston, Mass. Hon. Jonathan Chace, Providence, R. I. Rev. Frank G. Clark, Wellesley, Mass. Edward H. Clement, 3 Regent Circle, Brookline, Mass. Rev. Joseph S. Cogswell, Windham, Vt. Rev. D. S. Coles, Wakefield, Mass. Geo. Cromwell, Brooklyn, N.Y. Rev. G. L. Demarest, D.D., Manchester, N. H. Rev. Howard C. Dunham, Wiathrop, Mass. Everett O. Fisk, 4 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. B. O. Flower, Brookline, Mass. Hon. John B. Foster, Bangor, Me. Philip C. Garrett, Philadelphia, Pa. Merrill E.Gates, LL.D., Washington, D. C. Edwin Ginn, 29 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Maria Freeman Gray, 3648 22d St., San Francisco, Cal. Rev. Scott F. 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Carey Thomas, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Rev. Reuen Thomas, D.D., Brookline, Mass. Pres. C. F. Thwing, D.D., Cleveland, Ohio. Pres. James Wallace, Ph. D., St. Paul, Minn. Bishop Henry W. Warren, Denver, Col. Booker T. Washington, LL. D., Tuskegee, Ala. Kate Gannett Wells, 45 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. Herbert Welsh, 1305 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. A. E. Winship, 29 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Richard Wood, 1620 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. directors : Hon. Robert Treat Paine, ex-officio. Benjamin F. Trueblood, LL. D., ex-officio. Alice Stone Blackwell, 45 Boutwell St., Dorchester, Mass. Raymond L. Bridgman, Auburndale, Mass. Frederick Brooks, 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. Rev. S. C. Bushnell, Arlington, Mass. Frederic Cunningham, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. Rev. Charles F. Dole, Jamaica Plain, Mass. Miss Anna B. Eckstein, 30 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass. Rev. B. F. Leavitt, Melrose Highlands, Mass. Lucia Ames Mead, 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Wm. A. Mowry, Ph.D., Hyde Park, Mass. Bliss Perry, 4 Park St., Boston, Mass. Henry Pickering, 81 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. Frederick A. Smith, West Medford, Mass. Homer B. Sprague, Ph. D., Newton, Mass. Rev. G. W. Stearns, Middleboro, Mass. Fiske Warren, 8 Mt. Vernon Place, Boston, Mass. Rev. C. H. Watson, D.D., Arlington, Mass. executive committee: Hon. Robert Treat Paine, ex-officio. Benjamin F. Trueblood, LL. D., ex-officio. Frederick Brooks, 31 Milk St., Boston, Mass. Frederic Cunningham, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. Wm. A. Mowry, Ph. D., Hyde Park, Mass. Henry Pickering, 81 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. Dr. Homer B. Sprague, Newton, Mass. HONORARY COUNSEL: Cephas Brainerd, New York, N.Y. Moorfield Storey, Brookline, Mass. Judge William L. Putnam, Portland, Me. Hon. Josiah Quincy, Boston, Mass. 1905. THE ADVOCATE OF PEACE. 187 CONSTITUTION OF THE American Peace Society. Article I. This Society shall be designated the "Ameri- can Peace Society." Art. II. This Society, being founded on the principle that war is contrary to the spirit of Christianity and of all true religion and morality, shall have for its object to illustrate the inconsistency of war with this spirit, to show its baleful influence on all the great interests of mankind, and to devise means for insuring universal and permanent peace. Art. III. All persons desirous of promoting peace on earth and goodwill towards men may become members of this society. Art. IV. Every annual member of the Society shall pay a yearly contribution of two dollars; the payment of twenty- five dollars at one time shall constitute any person a Life member. Art. V. The chairman of each corresponding committee, the officers and delegates of every auxiliary contributing to the funds of this Society and every minister of the gospel who preaches once a year on the subject of peace, and takes up a collection in behalf of the cause, shall be entitled to the privi- leges of regular members. ARr. VI. 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